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I love turkey meatloaf and this sounds healthier than the one I make. (I get lazy and just use a meatloaf seasoning packet and mix that up with some ground turkey. My New Year's goal is to eat less saturated fat and zero cholesterol if at all possible.

Speaking of healthier versions of comfort food, I found one on Weight Watchers website for a healthy version of Macaroni & Cheese Casserole. It was good, but not as good as the full fat original version. LOL - oh well!

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I got a subscription to this magazine for xmas - a lot of the recipes look great!


Oooh that meatloaf dinner looks yummy! But really -- are you sure that last picture isn't Captain Crunch???


Real Simple posted the nutritional info to the website (excluding the green beans)- here you go!

Yield: Makes 6 servings



Also, Real Simple now posts the nutritional info all their recipes near the back of the magazine (including this one). I like it better when magazines post them right under the recipe, but I guess it makes for a cleaner page layout.

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it actually looks healthy, i love this stuff!

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Portion sizes are often too big, resulting in ridiculous calorie counts for even the "healthier" choices. Places like Teriyaki Express should offer at least two portion size options intead of forcing us to spend extra money and waste the excess food

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